Karnataka: Muskan who gained prominence during Hijab row thanks CM Siddaramaiah

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24-12-2023

    Hijab ban revocation has had mixed responses across Karnataka

    I wasn’t able to go to college for 1 year: Muskan

    Siddaramaiah clarified that no order has been issued in this regard

The decision to revoke the Hijab ban has not been equally well received by all factions of the state. Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has now clarified that no order has been issued in this regard and that a discussion is underway in this regard. 

Minister of Health and Family Welfare Dinesh Gundu Rao stated that he welcomed the Chief Minister’s decision. MLA HK Patel stated that a government order pertaining to this would also soon see daylight. Minister of Transport Ramalinga Reddy also aligned with Siddaramaiah’s views. 

Muskan, who was in the limelight for having retorted with “Allahu Akbar” when a group of students chanted “Jai Shree Ram” upon seeing her, has reacted to the CM’s statements. “Due to the Hijab ban, I wasn’t able to go to college for 1 year. I would like to thank the Chief Minister for promising to revoke the ban. I am glad that the attire would now be accepted in schools and colleges. Apart from the C.M, Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar, Minorities Welfare Minister Zameer Ahmed Khan and the speaker of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly U.T Khader also need to be given due credit,” she stated. Her father also expressed his approval of the revocation of the ban.

Karnataka: Muskan who gained prominence during Hijab row thanks CM Siddaramaiah

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    Hijab ban revocation has had mixed responses across Karnataka

    I wasn’t able to go to college for 1 year: Muskan

    Siddaramaiah clarified that no order has been issued in this regard

The decision to revoke the Hijab ban has not been equally well received by all factions of the state. Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has now clarified that no order has been issued in this regard and that a discussion is underway in this regard. 

Minister of Health and Family Welfare Dinesh Gundu Rao stated that he welcomed the Chief Minister’s decision. MLA HK Patel stated that a government order pertaining to this would also soon see daylight. Minister of Transport Ramalinga Reddy also aligned with Siddaramaiah’s views. 

Muskan, who was in the limelight for having retorted with “Allahu Akbar” when a group of students chanted “Jai Shree Ram” upon seeing her, has reacted to the CM’s statements. “Due to the Hijab ban, I wasn’t able to go to college for 1 year. I would like to thank the Chief Minister for promising to revoke the ban. I am glad that the attire would now be accepted in schools and colleges. Apart from the C.M, Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar, Minorities Welfare Minister Zameer Ahmed Khan and the speaker of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly U.T Khader also need to be given due credit,” she stated. Her father also expressed his approval of the revocation of the ban.

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